Category Archives: Left

Mayor of Ersal: The Border is Mine

Mayor of Ersal: The Border is Mine   Editor note: This Mayer is the the son of feudal family, But the French Mandate confiscated his family’s property, “so some of them fled to Syria and worked for aghas (feudal landlords), … Continue reading

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Istanbul suicide blast kills police officer, wounds 7

Death toll from bomb in Turkey rises to 9 ISTANBUL (AFP) – At least one police officer died and seven people were severely wounded on Tuesday in a suicide bombing targeting a police station in central Istanbul, the police chief … Continue reading

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Morsi, SCAF and the revolutionary left

June 30th, 2012 at 9:26am | As soon as the news broke last Sunday that Mohamed Morsi was officially declared Egypt’s first elected civilian president, I could hear loud happy chants and cheers in my street. The janitors in my … Continue reading

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The Prejudice Of The West Is The Log In The Eye That Should Be Removed

by Daniel Mabsout Saturday, June 2nd, 2012 Tehran (Iran) Azadi Monument (built 1971).jpg Basic misunderstanding describes best the position that some leftist western intellectuals have taken against Iran. There is no doubt that most of the western leftist intellectuals are … Continue reading

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The Prejudice Of The West Is The Log In The Eye That Should Be Removed

  Tehran (Iran) Azadi Monument (built 1971).jpg Basic misunderstanding describes best the position that some leftist western intellectuals have taken against Iran. There is no doubt that most of the western leftist intellectuals are against Iran, some of them are … Continue reading

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Presidential Elections: Egypt’s Left Behind

Men are reflected in a motorcycle mirror as voters wait outside a polling station in Cairo 23 May 2012. (Photo: Reuters – Mohammed Salem) By: Bisan Kassab, Muhammad al-Arabi Published Wednesday, May 23, 2012 As Day 1 of voting closes, … Continue reading

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Four Steps to Save The Egyptian Revolution

An Egyptian man walks in front of a wall with graffiti depicting images of martyrs of the Egypt revolution at Mohamed Mahmoud street, which leads to the Interior Ministry, where clashes between protesters and security forces took place during the … Continue reading

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